The upcoming Borderlands movie

has officially finished filming, and weve now got our first look at all of its main characters in costume Claptrap and all.

Lionsgate, the studio behind the video game adaptation, released a set image of Claptrap the series overenthusiastic robot assistant holding a clapperboard reading thats a wrap.

The announcement was soon followed by a tweet

from actor Jamie Lee-Curtis, who is playing Dr. Patricia Tannis in the movie, which revealed silhouettes of all five main characters set to appear in the hotly anticipated project.  

BORDERLANDS#Squadgoals. LILITH, ROLAND, TINY TINA, KRIEG, TANNIS & CLAPTRAP.They form a family band, psychos get fried, wounds open and heal and I promise you…YOU’VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT! @borderlandsfilm @DuvalMagic @[email protected]@[email protected] pic.twitter.com/jErz5fCDD7June 4, 2021

While weve previously reported

on Cate Blanchetts appearance as Lilith, this marks the first time weve been given any sort of glimpse at what Kevin Harts Roland, Ariana Greenblatts Tiny Tina, Florian Munteanus Krieg and, of course, Curtis Tannis might look like in the movie.

Given the shadowy nature of the snaps, theres not a whole lot of concrete detail to be drawn from them, but its abundantly clear that each character will remain appearance-wise, at least faithful to their video game counterparts.

Thanks to the image shared by Lionsgate, though, we now know how Jack Blacks Claptrap will appear in the Borderlands movie and, well, he seems almost identical to his in-game character model. Check it out in the tweet below.

Claptrap really wanted to let you all know he made it down the stairs safely. That, and the production of #BorderlandsMovie has officially wrapped! See you at the theaters in 20 💣 💣 pic.twitter.com/69NFljVjDcJune 22, 2021

In a recent interview with Collider

, Kevin Hart hinted that the movie “looks like the game”, and if Claptrap’s appearance is anything to go by, we may be in for an ultra-faithful portrayal of the iconic cel-shaded world of Pandora. 

Given that filming has now wrapped after three months in Hungary, were anticipating the post-production process on the Borderlands movie will get underway very soon meaning a 2022 release date may be a possibility. Theres been no official word from the studio yet, though.

The project is being helmed by Hostel director Eli Roth, with Craig Mazin, writer of HBOs Chernobyl, behind its script. Mazin is also currently working on The Last of Us TV show with Neil Druckmann, so hes no stranger to the challenges posed by adapting such revered source material. 

As with its release date, were still not 100% sure on which games (if any) the Borderlands movie will draw from, though judging by the characters confirmed to appear, were anticipating some sort of re-telling of the first game in the series, published by 2K Games on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC back in 2009. 

That means we expect to see, in some form, the likes of Roland and Lilith battling the Atlas Corporation for possession of otherwordly (and probably shiny) treasures. 

We know other characters like Moxxi, Sir Hammerlock and Marcus will also be appearing, too so theres every chance the Borderlands movie will capture the energy of the games beloved looter-shooter experience.

Via Collider